Beth-Anne Duxbury

Beth-Anne was a principal performer for “Disney On Ice” for 5 years touring the U.S. and Asia during 1983-1988. She competed professionally winning a bronze and silver medal at U.S. Open Professional Challenge Cup Championships in 1989 and 1991 as well as winning the title of American Open Professional Pairs Champion in 1997.

With her love for show skating, she has produced many benefit and charity shows for the Leukemia/Lymphoma Society, Hurricane Katrina, and Why Me Sherrys House in Worc. MA. raising over $125K for charity which is her biggest passion as a professional.

Beth-Anne has been coaching for 29 years as a choreographer/ coach. She has earned the Canadian Gold Artistic Singles Award of merit for choreography from the Canadian Figure Skating Association. She is a professional at the Colonial Figure Skating Club, Acton, MA. Member of the PSA (Professional Skaters Assoc.), PSA Rated ®, Member of USFS (United States Figure Skating) Member of the PFSC (Professional Figure Skating Cooperative). She enjoys recruiting amateur skaters for positions in Professional Productions such as, Disney On Ice, Willy Bietak Productions Inc, and Advanced Entertainment. Beth was musical director and choreographer for various professional ice shows and benefit shows. Choreographer for Regional, Sectional, National, International and Olympic competitors. Choreographer for Professional performers.

Specializes in choreographing routines, selecting musical , and designing costuming for competitive skaters competing in IJS judging system (International Judging System under the US Figure Skating guidelines) competing in all USFS EXCEL, & ISI competitions. Teaches the art of facial expression, performance, and character rolls through musical interpretation on and off the ice. Specializes in spinning techniques and quality edge work development.

Coaching Philosophy:

As a choreographer, I truly enjoy teaching skaters about the art of performance and learning how to express themselves on ice as well as in their routines. Finding their own personal creative style is KEY to their own success as an amateur skater as well as a skating performer. My goal is to guide each skater to grow and develop their creative side and most importantly learn the true artistic side of figure skating and enjoy stepping out onto the ice finding confidence and their inner


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